Middle East health market leads the way for UK clinics
NEWS - 25TH AUGUST 2017
The Middle East has become a leading market for UK practitioners, say several British-based clinics who now regularly exhibit in the region with the Association of British Healthcare Industries (ABHI).
For Middle Eastern patients, the UK is an optimum destination for the latest cutting-edge technologies and clinical expertise.
Many chose to travel to London’s prestigious Harley Street Medical Area, a collective of hospitals, clinics and specialists who deliver outstanding patient care through pioneering treatments and cutting-edge technologies; and Birmingham’s Edgbaston Medical Quarter, a leading medical and healthcare destination. Located within the heart of the UK and just one mile from Birmingham city centre, Edgbaston Medical Quarter is the 'go-to' destination for more cost-effective treatments and rapid clinical trials.
Both Harley Street Medical Area and Edgbaston Medical Quarter will be returning to Arab Health 2018 to showcase their skill as part of the ABHI UK Pavilion.
Speaking on behalf of the Harley Street Medical Area, Simon Baynham, said: “The Middle East is an important market with many patients from the region coming to London for treatment. We are extremely excited to be returning to Arab Health 2018 with most of the area’s world class clinics and hospitals. The ABHI always create a brilliant environment for us to demonstrate our work, network and showcase world-class healthcare in action.”
Firmly positioned as the Middle East’s largest medical trade show, Arab Health 2018 will once again feature a state-of-the art simulated operating theatre, that takes centre stage at the UK Pavilion. It celebrates collaborations between healthcare providers, clinicians and healthcare technology companies, allowing visitors to watch Britain’s best surgeons in action. Confirmed hospitals taking part in the demonstrations include BMI Healthcare, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals (RB&HH) and HCA Healthcare UK.
Scott Feldman, International Director at BMI Healthcare, added: “BMI Healthcare has worked closely with the ABHI for many years to deliver marketing programmes that showcase our offering at Arab Health, one of the largest events of its kind in the world. Each year they help us bring together world class British expertise and equipment, enabling our surgeons to demonstrate complex skillsets via simulator to targeted, global audiences in the superbly organised UK pavilion.”